She went on to write: "You always dream of meeting someone who you just click with, who you can be your complete self around and finding comfort in knowing they wouldn’t change a single thing about you.
"The emotional roller coaster we’ve been on so far has proven that we are already strong enough to get through even the toughest days."
"From having to relive me 'dating' someone on national television, watching me go through every emotion under the sun and still being there with a smile on your face, having to hide our relationship, to looking after me in hospital after I almost broke my back…and then taking me surfing 4 days later, having you being relocated numerous times for work, and me following close behind," she said.
She went on to thank Aaron, his friends and his family, for welcoming her "whole heartedly" into their lives from the first meeting, and also for "accepting and understanding as well as being so supportive" of the journey she'd been on before Aaron.
Tara also went on to explain how she met Aaron in an Instagram Q&A, where a fan asked: "How did you meet Aaron?"
Uploading a sweet video of them together at the beach, Tara answered with: "We actually met on good old hinge..."
"When we first met, timing wasn't right but then we reconnected after FWAW had all wrapped up," she said.
"This was the first time catching up after not seeing each since we first spoke."
The Farmer reunion, which aired a few short weeks ago, caught up with this year’s country blokes, Farmers Matt, Sam, Will, Rob and Andrew, to see where they were one month on from the show wrapping up.
During the episode, Matt and Tara shared the news of their split and explained that they had broken up just a week before the reunion was filmed.
While they tried to make their relationship work after the show, Matt revealed the pair went their separate ways after his father passed away.
Despite their split, the two remain good friends, with Tara even writing under one of Matt's Instagram posts: "Thank you Matt for the journey and to your family for being so kind and welcoming despite what you’d all been through."